Crime
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Here are the latest arrests and crimes that were reported in Lynbrook and East Rockaway. more
Tensions rose on April 13 at the fourth public hearing to decide whether the owners of the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn should have their room-rental license revoked. The controversy began when Peter Ledwith, the Lynbrook village attorney, asked his expert hotel management witness Stanley Turkel to make assumptions about other witness’ testimony based on documents in evidence. more
A headless deer was found in an overgrown area along Shell Harbor in Barnum Island earlier this month, according to news reports. Residents found the dead deer in the weeds adjacent to the corner of Georgia Avenue and Nevada Avenue, reports said. more
An Oceanside man who appeared to abuse a dog at his training and boarding facility in a viral video released last year was arrested Thursday morning and charged with aggravated harassment, police said, which involved sending threatening text messages, according to court documents. more
Long Beach businesses will be required to charge at least 5 cents for each carryout bag that shoppers use beginning April 22, thanks to an ordinance approved unanimously by the City Council last … more
The NYPD detective who was arrested by Rockville Centre police last month on multiple counts of public lewdness and other crimes pleaded not guilty to all charges in First District Court on … more
Nassau County police are searching for a man who stole money from an ice cream shop in Lynbrook on Saturday at 9:10 p.m., and believe the suspect is the same person who has committed 14 attempted … more
Arrests On April 4 at 8:45 a.m., a 31-year-old from Inwood was arrested and charged with aggravated unlicensed operator, unlicensed operator and defective exhaust on Rockaway Avenue. A … more
At the third hearing to determine whether the Capri Lynbrook Motor Inn’s room-rental license should be revoked, lawyers representing the motel owners argued last week that the committee appointed by Mayor Bill Hendrick — comprising three of his trustees — could not be impartial. more
The owners of Domino’s Pizza on West Merrick Road, as well as seven other locations in New York, reached a settlement last month after allegations of minimum wage, overtime and other basic labor law violations, according to a news release from New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. more
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